The third and fourth grade classes of Immanuel Lutheran School packed 150 sack lunches on March 8 that will be distributed to men in three ministries operated by the Memphis Union Mission, which includes the Opportunity Center, Calvary Colony, and Wright Transitional House. The Opportunity Center is a facility established to help transition men to self-sufficient living. These men will take their sack lunches to work. Calvary Colony and Wright Transitional House are recovery phases included in the Mission’s long-term, Christ-centered Iron-on-Iron recovery program for men with addictions. The Memphis Union Mission has been rebuilding lives since 1945. The Mission ministers to the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of men, women, and families who are homeless, addicted, and in crisis in the Memphis area.